Metolius Simulator CNC Training Board


Dimensions 28 in x 8.75 in / 711 mm x 222 mm

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Manufacturer's Description

Visit Metolius's Simulator CNC Training Board page.

Retailers' Descriptions

Here's what other sites are saying:

The Metolius Simulator is our best selling training board and a great way to train for climbing | CNC milled for perfect symmetry, fine texture saves your skin | Massive variety of holds: 3 full-hand jugs; 2 full-hand rounded slopers; 2 flat slopers; 2 sets of 3-finger pockets plus centered 3-finger pocket; 3 indexed sets of 2-finger pockets; 2 centered, indexed edges; 3 sets wide-set, indexed edges | Tapers from top to bottom in both dimensions for better forearm clearance | Includes comprehensive instructions, training guide and all mounting hardware

- Tahoe Mountain Sports

Simulator Hang Board/Training Board. Great little holds for creating more technical problems on your wall. Killer for hand or footholds and you can put them anywhere you want: over framing members, in corners, or on outside aretes, wherever t-nuts can't go! These are probably the best value you can get for your wall!With more and more people realizing the potential for indoor climbing, Metolius introduces the modular hold system. These random aesthetic patterns make these holds an excellent choice for slabs, vertical walls, and even ceilings. Ideal for building your own indoor wall. Mix and match to create your own personal gym. Best if mounted on 3/4 in. plywood. Includes hardware, instructions and ideas for your artificial wall.

- Campmor

Metolius Simulator CNC Training Board


The Metolius Simulator CNC Training Board is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen November 23, 2010 at Tahoe Mountain Sports.

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